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Aachen - Pascalstrasse - Sunrise over a Winter Landscape with Fog Bank
Germany

This panorama shows a sunrise over a foggy winter landscape with trees on the horizon and a field on a street called Pascalstrasse in Oberforstbach, Aachen, Germany.

Copyright: Andreas schniertshauer
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9256x4628
Uploaded: 03/03/2012
Updated: 07/05/2014
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Tags: aachen360; aachen; pascalstrasse; sunrise; winter; landscape; street; fog; bank; fence; trees; snow; germany; deutschland; oberforstbach
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